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So, my question, and I haven't found a succinct, well laid out answer anywhere (if you have, please share), but how many attacks does an unchained monk with natural attacks get, and is it worth flurrying?
The scenario is a level 3 Tiefling Unchained Monk with Maw or Claw Alternate Racial Trait, choosing the 2 claw attacks, and the feats Feral Combat Training and Weapon Focus (Claws). By my understanding, a full attack would allow 1 unarmed attack at +3 (assuming 10 str) and 2 claw attacks at -1 (+3bab, +1 weapon focus, -5 secondary), or:
UA+3, Claw -1, Claw -1
Also by my understanding, a Flurry of Blows would be 1 attack (unarmed or claw), and then the Flurry of Blows attack which also could be an unarmed or claw attack, but at full bab, so it would look like this:
UA+3, FOB UA+3 or Claw+4, FOB UA+3 or even Claw+4, FOB Claw+4
So, you end up with 1 less attack, but at higher chance to hit. Is this accurate? Or am I missing something? And to make sure I'm not missing anything at higher levels, what would level 6, 11, and 16 look like? Ultimately, again, is Flurrying worth it if you have natural attacks?